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Mystical Golf Offers Exceptional March 'Golf Buddy' Getaways

published by The Golf Wire Powered by Golfweek    Jan. 20, 2016

Mystical Golf - offering "Myrtle Beach's finest 54 holes of golf" on its acclaimed Witch, Man-O-War and Wizard courses - announces two stay-and-play packages ideal for exceptional "golf buddy" getaways this March. All three Mystical Golf courses are consistently recognized by Golf Channel to be among Myrtle Beach's "five best courses" and "best values." Man-O-War's 15th hole ranks among GOLF Magazine's "Five Most Memorable Island Greens" alongside No. 17 at TPC Sawgrass, the "Alcatraz" hole at PGA West's Stadium Course and Coeur d'Alene Resort's movable, floating putting surface. The Witch is praised by PGA.com for presenting one of America's "great ninth holes" and The Wizard has earned 4-1/2 stars from Golf Digest. From March 3 - 30, the three-day Gold Package starts at $116 (per person, per day, taxes included). Features include three rounds with cart on each of the much-admired Mystical Golf layouts (plus one complimentary round), three nights' lodging in well-appointed three-bedroom villa (four beds), free iHOP breakfast daily (available 24 hours per day), and a gratis steak dinner at Logan's Roadhouse (includes non-alcoholic beverages, taxes). Additional package extras include two free beers and lunch at the course each day, complimentary daily range balls, instant replay round for cart fee only, and $15 gift card toward a golf shirt. Extra night stays are available at a moderate cost per person. Offered during the same time span, the Silver Package starts at $106 (per person, per day, taxes included) and features all the highlights of the Gold Package except the complimentary round, daily breakfast and steak dinner. Both stay-and-plays offer one complimentary golfer for booked groups of 20 or more players. "With our usual great March weather here in Myrtle Beach, our stay-and-play packages are absolutely ideal to start the golf season off in grand style," says Claude Pardue, President and CEO. "Come visit us and discover for yourself the many reasons why we offer the best golf vacations in the U.S. bar none." Mystical Golf's three layouts are highlighted by wonderfully fun elements including the only back-to-back island greens in the game (Man-O-War), a front nine of dramatic holes weaving through secluded swampland teeming with wildlife (The Witch), and a splendid layout reminiscent of Scotland and Ireland's classic courses complete with authentic sod-faced bunkering and castle-style clubhouse (The Wizard).

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Mystical Myrtle: Magic in Myrtle Beach

published by Buffalo Golfer    Jan. 18, 2016

Myrtle Beach SC - A year and a half ago (2014 or so) my wife and I had the fantastic opportunity to tour Wales and England. Ever since we visited Tintagel England, I have been fascinated by Arthurian legend. According to folklore, the "Lady of the Lake" gave King Arthur his infamous sword Excalibur. Viviane was a tale of two personalities - the evil and deceitful villainess but also a kind and benevolent maiden, who raised Lancelot as if he were her son. Merlin, on the other hand, was the guardian of young Arthur and served as King Arthur's advisor until he was bewitched and imprisoned by the Lady of the Lake. Fast forward ten centuries or so! Mystical Golf owner Claude Pardue commissions renowned Architect Dan Maples to create a trio of golf courses with three different personalities and unique challenges as these characters. And each clubhouse is as unique as the courses themselves. When I spoke with Mr. Pardue, he assured me that "there aren't historical references to the names of the three Mystical Golf courses", but still I was not convinced. The Witch (Viviane the Lady of the Lake): The Witch Golf Club was Mystical's first course and has been awarded 4-1/2 stars by Golf Digest. From the moment I arrived, I was graciously greeted at their ominous clubhouse complete with a wraparound deck and roof that eerily resembles a witch's hat. Claude told me the The Witch is aptly named as "it's cool and spooky" playing through the wetlands and secluded areas. Every tee block is a hardwood stump recovered from the property, resembling a witch's face adding to the imagery. Right away I knew I was in for a unique experience. The Wizard (Merlin the Magician): The first thing I noticed as I drove up the long entrance way to The Wizard was the whimsical clubhouse complete with a stone-facade, stone bridges and a water filled moat. Claude said, "the Wizard was named due to the castle clubhouse, completing the Scottish theme of the links-style course." Like Merlin, I feel that Dan Maples has magically transformed a relatively flat piece of property into mounded dunes reminiscent of a British links-style layout. Man-O-War (Lancelot the Warrior) : Claude assured me that the course is named after the Portuguese Man-O-War fish, and the theme is complimented by the unique fishing camp clubhouse - a simple wooden and tin-roofed structure reminiscent of a stable barn, partially built on stilts.

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Mystical Golf Announces Larry Gatlin And The Gatlin Brothers Benefit Concert

published by Golf Wire Powered by Golfweek    Jan. 13, 2016

Mystical Golf - offering "Myrtle Beach's finest 54 holes of golf" on its acclaimed Witch, Man-O-War and Wizard courses - announces Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers will perform a benefit concert for its "Pardue Children in Need Fund." The event will be held on Jan. 22 at the Alabama Theatre in North Myrtle Beach (7:30 p.m.). For ticket information visit: alabama-theatre.com/info/info_gatlinbros.html. Since first performing more than 50 years ago in their hometown of Abilene, Tex., Larry, Steve and Rudy Gatlin have gone on to make music history with Grammy Awards and songs topping the country charts. They've sung everywhere, from White House command performances to Broadway shows to the world's most illustrious music venues. "In addition to being tremendously talented, Larry, Steve and Rudy are also three of the most generous and giving individuals you'll find," says Claude Pardue, President and CEO of Mystical Golf. "We're honored they're once again taking time out of their busy schedule to join our vital cause of helping children find joy in their lives." As with Mystical Golf's annual Christmas Child Golf Tournament, all concert proceeds directly benefit more than 250 South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia children by providing gifts and activities they would never have otherwise. They include excursions to venues like Carowinds Amusement Park, monthly movies, bowling, putt-putt golf, Coastal Carolina College football games and an annual trip to the Alabama Theatre Christmas Show. For more information about the Pardue Children in Need Fund or Mystical Golf visit: mysticalgolf.com.

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Roll Up For The Magical Mystical Tour In Myrtle Beach

published by Canadian Golf Magazine (online)    Dec. 15, 2015

In 1967 The Beatles released their classic song and British television film, Magical Mystery Tour. The inspiration supposedly came from the Fab Four and other group members celebrating their time touring the country in a bus. For me, the tune conjures up fond memories of times spent golfing on the road. Here's my rendition: "Roll up (we've got everything you need) Roll up (satisfaction guaranteed) Roll up for the magical mystical tour" Fast forward two decades when Mystical Golf owner Claude Pardue commissions renowned Architect Dan Maples to create a trio of golf courses with different personalities and challenges as unique as their namesakes.

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Mystical Golf Announces 12th Annual Christmas Child Golf Tournament

published by The Golf Wire Powered by Golfweek    Dec. 07, 2015

Mystical Golf - offering "Myrtle Beach's finest 54 holes of golf" on its acclaimed Witch, Man-O-War and Wizard courses - announces its 12th annual Christmas Child Golf Tournament will be held Saturday, Dec. 19. All proceeds directly benefit more than 250 South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia children by providing gifts and activities they would never have otherwise. They include excursions to venues like Carowinds Amusement Park, monthly movies, bowling, putt-putt golf, Coastal Carolina College football games and an annual trip to the Alabama Theatre Christmas Show. Additionally, as a Christmas gift, kids are presented with a new pair of shoes of their own choosing. Last year's event raised $16,000, bringing total donations since 2003 to $160,000. "The proceeds from our Christmas Child Golf Tournament help provide joy and hope to children at an incredibly important time in their lives," says Claude Pardue, President and CEO of Mystical Golf. "We're thankful to the golfers participating in the event as there is nothing more important than offering hope to children who so desperately need it." This year's tournament will once again be played on The Wizard and Man-O-War golf courses. The format is Captain's Choice. Prizes with be awarded for "Longest Drive" and "Closest to the Pin." Raffle and mulligan packages will be available for purchase. The cost is $65 per player or $260 per team (lunch included). Hole and green sponsorships are available for $100 each, or $345 per team. The entry deadline is December 16.

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